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Mr. Gustavo R. Zlauvinen

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Representative of the IAEA Direct...

UN Millennium Project

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UN Millennium Project | About Us, 28 July 2015 [cached]
Mr. Gustavo R. Zlauvinen Representative of the IAEA Director General to the UN, and Director of the IAEA Office at the UN Southwest Florida's Information Leader, 7 July 2004 [cached]
"The American authorities just informed us of their intention to remove the materials, but they never sought authorization from us," said Gustavo Zlauvinen, head of the IAEA's New York office.
Permanent Council of the OAS / Commitee on Hemispheric Security [cached]
Presentation by Gustavo Zlauvinen, Representative of the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the United Nations and Director of the IAEA Office in New York December 4, 2008 CP/CSH/INF.183/08
Presentación del Sr. Gustavo Zlauvinen, Representante del Director General del Organismo Internacional de la Energía Atómica (OIEA) 4 de diciembre de 2008 CP/CSH/INF.183/08 add.
Gustavo Zlauvinen of the ..., 8 June 2009 [cached]
Gustavo Zlauvinen of the IAEA on Iran, Israel and nuclear weapons
Gustavo R. Zlauvinen, of Argentina, is the Representative of the Director General of the IAEA to the United Nations and as Director of the IAEA Office at United Nations Headquarters, New York. Mr. Zlauvinen joined the Argentine Foreign Service in 1986. Upon graduating from the Diplomatic Academy, he served in various capacities in Buenos Aires, Vienna and New York. From 1987 to 1989, he served with the General Directorate for Disarmament and Nuclear Affairs at the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs; from 1989 to 1990, he was a member of the Argentine Commission on the Control of Military Equipment Exports; and, from 1990 to 1991, he was Director of International Relations of the Argentine Space Agency (CNIE), in Buenos Aires.
Gustavo R. Zlauvinen has humiliated himself, Argentina and the IAEA by showing how BOUGHT OFF he is.
This is the second part of our interview with Gustavo Zlauvinen. He represents the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at the United Nations. Thanks for joining us again.
ZLAUVINEN: Sure. For many years, our inspector have been investigating the case of Iran nuclear programs.
ZLAUVINEN: This is, you know, one of the documents, exactly.
ZLAUVINEN: We have seen so many reports.
ZLAUVINEN: Obviously, I mean, look, our inspectors, you know, just look into this in a very detailed manner.
ZLAUVINEN: But his latest report-and tomorrow is going to be a new report by ElBaradei, but I'm referring to his latest report in March this year-say that still the fact that Iran has not provided any evidence or documentations to deny the veracity of the alleged studies and has not come to a full cooperation with us to ascertain that there is not such a thing, you know, posed a big question mark on the nature of Iran nuclear programs, and that therefore he, ElBaradei, and my organizations, we are not in a position to declare that a nuclear program of Iran is for peaceful purposes or not, meaning that we cannot provide a judgment as of today.
ZLAUVINEN: They have to prove that those alleged studies are false.
ZLAUVINEN: Sure, there are different ways that an inspector just come around, you know, this particular questions obviously, but in a sense when a country provides everything that they have, everything in their knowledge, and all the pieces fall together in the big, you know, just picture, our inspector will be comfortable to make an assessment, and they're not.
ZLAUVINEN: They have an obligation here, and obviously, to provide full cooperation to us, provide all the documentation that we are asking, and provide evidence if we, our inspectors, believe that it's something that doesn't much bother the official position.
ZLAUVINEN: Israel, as any other country, and they have their own right just to make an assessment on Iran or any other country [inaudible].
ZLAUVINEN: You know, dealing with intelligence, you know, matters is very sensitive, in the sense that, you know, just most countries don't share everything, not even among closest allies.
ZLAUVINEN: We're talking about the fissile material.
ZLAUVINEN: This is what I understand. But, again, I'm not privy of, you know, all the evidence and information that he may have. Obviously, that's why he's my boss and, obviously, you know, he has, you know, very confidential information. And if that is his view, that's his view.
ZLAUVINEN: Most civilian nuclear reactors operate with a fuel of less than 5 percent enriched uranium, correct.
JAY: So please join us for the next segment of our interview with Gustavo Zlauvinen.
GSI eNewsletter Event Report: December 10, 2007 - Global Security Institute, 11 Dec 2007 [cached]
Gustavo R. Zlauvinen, Representative of the Director-General of the IAEA to the United Nations and Jim Wurst, MPI Program Director, on the MPI panel on "Challenges to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle"
Gustavo Zlauvinen, Representative of the Director General of the IAEA and Dr. John Burroughs, Executive Director of the Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy shed light on the complex connection between issues of the civil nuclear fuel cycle and the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.
Zlauvinen noted that if a nuclear renaissance evolves as anticipated, there will be a major new demand for nuclear reactors and fuel supply, which could lead to states deciding to develop their own national indigenous enrichment capabilities to secure the supply of nuclear fuel. To avert the proliferation dangers involved, he said the IAEA has been dealing for the past years with issues of nuclear fuel assurance. "The vision of the IAEA's Director General is that enrichment and reprocessing over time should be exclusively under multilateral control," he said.
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